Pelé, who was part of the Brazilian team that won the World Cup three times, did not provide any information about where the vaccine was placed. Since the outbreak of the epidemic in Brazil a year ago, Pelé has been living in his home in Guaruja outside Sao Paulo.
See, the train passing through the football stadium, watching the video, you will also say – wow
After the first dose of the vaccine, Pelé said, “Today is never going to forget … I got vaccinated.”
He said, ‘The epidemic is not over yet. To save lives, we have to maintain discipline until a lot of people get vaccinated. ‘ So far, less than four percent of Brazil’s total population has been vaccinated. Brazil ranks second in terms of deaths from the Corona virus. So far, around 2,60,000 people have died due to this infection here.
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